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Why It’s Worth Getting An Accountant

In these tough economic times, people are looking to pinch pennies wherever they can.  Whether that means cutting back on entertainment expenses, buying lower-quality food, or skipping the family vacation for a few years, the desire to save cash and build up a nest egg has never been stronger than it has in the last few years While being money-conscious is never a bad thing, the mentality can sometimes blee ...

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Can You Afford To Move Out On Your Own?

Sometimes, the only option we have is to move in with our family or roommates in order to keep mothly bills under control. But this living situation can get old in a hurry. Are you ready to move out on your own? Regardless of your maturity, you have to ensure you can afford the cost of living in your own rental until. The One Third Rule As a general rule, many aparentment management companies and landlords ...

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5 Financial Decisions That Will Change Your Life

When it comes to finances, almost everyone has a different style of handling their responsibilities. Everyone has reasons for their personal spending style, but for some people the decisions that they make no longer work for them and a new plan needs to be developed in order to get ahead in the money world. Unbelievably, there are some really simple changes that can be made which make a huge difference to f ...

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Logbook Loans: Can Your Car Be A Negotiating Tool?

It’s not unusual for emergencies to arise that people simply don’t have the money to pay for. When these things happen, people often go in search of lending sources and stumble upon logbook loans. A logbook lender is a person who will loan you money based on the value of your car. In return for the cash you receive, you must hand your logbook over to your lender. In the event that you fail to repay your loa ...

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Get The Rewards Of Credit Cards Without The Risks

Credit cards have a bad reputation. Although credit card debt can be toxic, cards can have multiple valuable benefits when used responsibly. If you're diligent about paying off your balance and don't spend more than you can afford, having a credit card can actually be an excellent way to manage your household finances and earn rewards. Here's how to use your cards without abusing them: 1. Find a card w ...

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The Stock Market Doesn’t Have To Be A Scary Place

If you have ever invested in stocks then you probably know that it is an exciting but stressful business. Now more than ever the stock markets often resemble a roller coaster ride, and that is how the investors’ feelings can go as well over time. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be like this anymore. The increasingly popular investment method called covered calls is bringing a lot of people the benefits of st ...

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How To Keep Your Head And Wallet Above Water In A Recession

While many argue that money doesn’t buy happiness, money does in fact buy food and shelter, which you generally need in order to survive. With the recession we’ve been experiencing over the past few years, however, money is becoming harder and harder to come by. Here are some ways you can keep more money in your wallet and your head above water even during these tough economic times.  Don ...

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Three Benefits Of Prepaid Debit Cards

Do you find that carrying cash around is inconvenient? Maybe you don’t have a bank account and/or can’t get one for some reason, but don’t want to keep a large amount of cash with you all the time. If either (or both) of these scenarios sounds familiar to you, prepaid debit cards can be a good solution. Are you new to the world of debit payment methods? Here are three benefits to using the ...

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Large Defaults Lead To Commercial Las Vegas Bankruptcies

Bankruptcies in Las Vegas tend to receive more attention than in other parts of the country because so many of them involve high stakes. The MGM Mirage money problems involving the development of CityCenter are well known, coming to light in 2009. When it is necessary to make a $200 million construction payment, there aren't that many entities that can beg, borrow, or steal that much money at one time. Pers ...

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A Guide To Repairing Your Finances Post-College

When you are at college you can do the responsible thing, work hard and make sure that you come out with a qualification and some savings along with a shining financial record... Or you can do what 99% of college students do, the exact opposite. I’m not going to tell you what you should do, or should have done, but assuming you aren’t/weren’t so diligent, you have probably come out of coll ...

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